"Gentlemen, you are beasts!" Alla Pugacheva trolled TV propagandists

"Gentlemen, you are beasts!" Alla Pugacheva trolled TV propagandists
"Gentlemen, you are beasts!" Alla Pugacheva trolled TV propagandists
5 September, 13:45SocietyPhoto: Кадр из фильма
On her blog, the prima donna posted the final scene from Nikita Mikhalkov's famous film Slave of Love.

“Gentlemen, you are beasts! Gentlemen, you will be cursed by your country!” - with these words one of the best films of the former film director Nikita Mikhalkov ends. Having posted this fragment on her blog, Alla Pugacheva, who recently returned to Russia, addressed it to Mikhalkov himself and to other TV propagandists, writing:

“Great film, great director. Where did the great man Nikita Sergeevich Mikhalkov dissappear?"

Thus, Pugacheva answered Mikhalkov to his passage about her return: “I wonder what they expected when they returned to Russia (I'm talking about rats who immediately betrayed their homeland)?”

Notorious Solovyov did not fail to scold Pugacheva, who demanded that she report on her income in the 1990s, when, according to him, she supported political candidates. In response, Pugacheva wrote: “I’m sorry for Volodya. So after all, you can burst from anger and rudeness.

It is curious that the singer returned to social networks for the first time since the start of the special operation. The day before, Pugacheva attended the farewell ceremony for the first and last president of the USSR, Mikhail Gorbachev, and also wrote about it in her blog:

“I haven't cried like this in a long time. Gone is the AGE in which we gained freedom, ceased to be an "evil empire" for the whole world, and the fear for the future of our children disappeared. And most importantly. Gorbachev rejected violence as a way of politics and maintaining his own power. Everything is not without sin, and politicians too. The main thing is that mistakes should not be fatal for all mankind. Humanity and nobility have disappeared somewhere. The ability to compromise is gone if this compromise is in the interests of the people who dream of living without worry for the future of their children. Let's search together. I hope it's not too late."

By the way, Philip Kirkorov has already responded to the criticism of his ex-wife, who wrote in his blog back in May:

“When I see persecution of people with other, alternative views, I feel bitter. You witch hunters only make the inner rift worse!”

“You held a candle to publicly denigrate a person?!” he scolded Simonyan. How should Pugacheva's children look "at their homeland, in which such a frantic shout at their parents," he was indignant.

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